Meaning of alliancer in English:

alliancer

Pronunciation /əˈlʌɪənsə/

noun

  • A person who makes or advocates an alliance or alliances; a member of an alliance.

    In later use chiefly (frequently with capital initial) a member of a specific political, religious, etc., association having ‘Alliance’ in its title.

Origin

Late 17th century; earliest use found in Peter Motteux (1663–1718), journalist and translator. From alliance + -er.